STETSON LAW REVIEW - 22-3 Summer; (1993)

Volume 22 - Issue 3
Preface, Dedication, Articles, Summer 1993

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How Ideas Travel: Rights at Home and Abroad A.E. Dick Howard    
Espinosa v. Florida: Constitutional Hurricane, Lambent Breeze or Idiot Wind? Nell Joslin Medlin    
Espinosa v. Florida: Constitutional Hurricane, Lambent Breeze or Idiot Wind? Michael Mello    
Of Human and Swine's Blood: The Prosecution and Persecution of Russian Immigrant Mennonite Conscientious Objectors and Their Descendants in the United States During World War I John F. Cooper    
Antitrust Deconstructed Arthur D. Austin    
The Purist View Prevails: Butterworth v. Caggiano Prohibits Homestead Forfeiture Joseph A. Eustance, Jr.    
Limitations on the Enforceability of Condominium Rules Lewis A. Schiller    
A Current Electricity Sufficient in Intensity to Cause Immediate Death: A Pre-Furman History of Florida's Electric Chair Ken Driggs    
Judicial Review of Takings Challenges to Environmental Surveillance Conducted by Government Under Statutory Authority: A Proposed Analytical Framework R. Adam Carnegie    
Interspousal Immunity: The Florida Supreme Court's Opportunity to Finish What the Legislature Began Paul Octavio Lopez    
The Due Process Defense in "Reverse Sting" Cases: When Do Police Overstep the Bounds of Permissible Conduct Rhonda E. Stringer